The Fox HillTM Ski Patrol has been a member of the NSP since 1941.
We are in the NSPs Central Division, South Central Region Section III.
Safety is always promoted by the Fox HillTM Ski
Patrol see Your Responsibility Code
or feel free to contact any of our members for advise keeping safe
during winter activities.
We do allow sign-ons, if you are a NSP patroller and wish to sign
on please contact our patrol director first for scheduling.
OEC refresher info
Our OEC refresher is held in conjunction with the Heiliger Huegel
Ski Patrol at Heiliger Huegel.
Our CPR refresher is scheduled in a session other than at the OEC
2015 Guidelines PDF
The latest text following the 2015 guidelines is titled AHA
BLS Provider Manual 2015 catalog number 15-1010 published by
The refresher study guide will reference the Outdoor
Emergency Care (fifth edition).
2017-2018 season OEC refresher will be held on Saturday November 4, 2017 at Heiliger Huegel. This season is Cycle A. Don't forget to bring your 2017 Refresher Workbook from your Summer 2017 Ski Patrol Magazine that you should have received in May, with completed written questions, print out of certificate from the online portion, your current OEC card, a fully stocked aid belt, vest or pack, as well as lunch and the usual items need for outdoors in November. Patrollers will be sent information via email for online course information.
The Refesher Workbook is also available on the www.nsp.org website after your member sign in under Member Resources> Education Resources> OEC on that page you can click the link for 2017 Refresher Workbook Cycle A for a .pdf once it is posted.
Schedule (subject to adjustment):
7:00AM -7:30AM Sign in, Coffee, Donuts/Bagels.
7:45-7:55 Assign Stations
8:00AM - 2:10PM Refresher stations
2:20PM HH Awards
Instructors: The instructor refresher is scheduled for Saturday
October 28, 2017
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Your Responsibility Code
areas you may see people using
alpine, snowboard, telemark, cross country and other specialized ski
equipment, such as that used by disabled or other skiers. Regardless of how
you decide to enjoy the slopes, always show courtesy to others and be aware
that there are elements of risk in skiing that common sense and personal
awareness can help reduce. Observe the code listed below and share with
other skiers the responsibility for a great skiing experience.
stop or avoid other people or
way. It is your responsibility to avoid
trail, or are not visible from
look uphill and yield to
5. Always use devices to help prevent runaway equipment.
closed trails and out of
the knowledge and ability to load, ride
and unload safely.
KNOW THE CODE. IT'S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
This is a partial list. Be safety conscious.
Officially endorsed by: NATIONAL SKI AREAS ASSOCIATION.
Sledders please see safe sledding tips here from AAOS and here from West Bend Insurance and be safe while sledding.
Updated May 28, 2017